3D Printed Pasta is a Staple at Google's Cafeterias

September 1, 2012

3D printed pasta has become a served staple at Google's on-campus cafeterias. The employees can thank Exhibition Chef Bernard Faucher for the three-dimensional food options. The printer also prints vegetables, allowing him to create distinct and customized shapes.

The 3D meals are part of a recent surge of personalized meals; this past April, the 3D chocolate printer debuted.

Image Sources:

.

Check out Foodista - Polls on LockerDome on LockerDome

 

Want more from Foodista? Sign up below!